Tag Archives: Cambodia

How to become a friend with elephant (Elephant Ethical Experience in Thailand)

Do you know that, like the human being, elephants can also suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)? These sensitive souls need comfort rather than tragedy. Although they’ve been released from abusive situations and have found safety at the sanctuaries, they may show symptoms of PTSD long after. Therefore, when you have the chance to get… Read More »

Khmer Rouge Trials and probable post-traumatic stress disorder/mental health link

Will the human right tribunals in Cambodia help to heal post-traumatic stress disorder in residents or will they bring up painful memories? University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine researcher, Dr. Jeffrey Sonis, and researchers with the Center for Advanced Study in Cambodia have conducted a national study exploring these possibilities. Source:… Read More »